Controversial parking plans scrapped

Liberal Democrats welcome Hampshire decision to 'pull' controversial parking proposals

Following the County Council decision to withdraw their controversial parking proposals just before 6pm on September 23 - the day before they were due to be agreed - Liberal Democrat spokesperson on Economy, Transport and the Environment, Martin Tod, commented:
"These proposals were never fit for purpose and it's good that following opposition and district council pressure they've now been withdrawn. Now we need a joined up plan that isn't just about hiking prices and cutting services.  It has to make sure on-street car parking and car parks work together - and also centre on the challenges of supporting our local centres, being fair value for residents, ensuring cost effective enforcement and taking on the air quality and climate change challenges that we all face across the county."

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